Birthday Card Organizer Kit

Every Wednesday at 9am (ish) Pacific Time I go live on FB and You Tube to share a project. This week I shared the Christmas Card Organizer Kit. This kit is sturdy, beautiful, useful and makes a GREAT Christmas Gift too. Check out my cards below and my video to see how I really personalized the organizer itself as well as the way I managed to get an extra 6 cards from the kit supplies.

The first card in the kit I altered a bit. The back of the card base was so beautiful I wanted to use it to create another card. So I trimmed the front and back down to 4″ X 5-1/4″ each and mounted them on Soft Succulent card bases. Aside from trimming the Sahara Sand strip to 5-1/4″ I created the card exactly as described in the kit instructions.

Then I used the back of the card base on a Soft Succulent card base and the Cottage Rose bundle to create another coordinating card.

The Cottage Rose bundle coordinates beautifully with the Birthday Card Organizer.

The other card in the kit has a more masculine feel to it and is such a breeze to put together. I did use Liquid Glue instead of the provided Tear and Tape just because I like a little wiggle room when putting papers together.

I also added a personal touch to the inside of the organizer. January was created using the Joyful Flurry stamp set and some Soft Succulent Ink.

All of the supplies I used to create today’s cards are listed below. Watch the video replay as well to get some great tips on how to decorate inside your organizer and make some extra cards with the kit supplies.

You can place an order by contacting me directly or clicking on the image(s) below.


After my video was done I added some details to a few more pages. Here are some ideas on how you can decorate your pages.

February – Flirty Flamingo hearts from Ringed With Nature and Petal Pink dots from Joyful Flurry.

May – Memento Black Ink to stamp bees and flowers from Honeybee Home, colour with Petal Pink and Soft Succulent.

November – Painted Poppies in Memento Black Ink, use Poppy parade and Soft Succulent Blends to colour.

December – Jingle, Jingle, Jingle in Memento Black Ink for the lights and Petal Pink for the stars. Colour the bulbs with Sweet Sorbet, Bermuda Bay and So Saffron. Stamp the tree from Peaceful Deer using Soft Succulent Ink.

If you are interested in booking a party with me so you have full use of my stamp sets to decorate your pages please contact me. I have a few days left in November and December.

If you do choose to place an order with me make sure to use my host code so that you will receive my special Thank You gift.

Looking for some more fun stamping experiences in person or online? Check out my calendar of events or contact me to book your own card class. You also don’t want to miss my next 5 Wednesday morning LIVE videos. I am actually offering FULL Christmas card classes each week! You can get all the make’n’take bits and a printable PDF tutorial for the cards just by placing a $65 order with me using the host code of the week. mark your calendars! you won’t want to miss these!

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